A grainy, rough texture normally with reduced gloss. This can often be in small areas on the edge of surfaces being painted.
- Spray gun is too far away from the surface when applying
- Spraying viscosity, (thickness) is too high.
- Spraying too fast
- Spray gun air pressure too high
- Wrong spraygun settings or set up, (for example gun tip size too small for product).
- Wrong thinner used, (too fast).
- Use recommended air pressure.
- Use a spraying technique that gives nice even flowing application.
- Adjust the gun settings accordingly to the product, (spray ark, liquid feed).
- Only use recommended thinner and use the appropriate thinner for the size of the job and spraying temperature.
- Keep spray guns well serviced and clean.
Minor cases of dry spray can be rectified by compounding/sanding and polishing. Dependant on the severity of the dry spray sanding and respraying may be required.